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One is a wealthy and influential promoter of private space travel; the other mortgaged her home to buy a ticket into orbit. Both are making space tourism possible.
I went to one of Google's public hearings to find out.
Until recently, no one was sure anything more than a double rainbow could ever occur in nature.
Do we need religious-specific dating apps? Our intrepid reporter goes back to his roots to find out.
You've probably thought about it. But you still might not like the answer.
A new study shows non-elite journals are increasingly influential.
Carlos Pedro used to body surf. Now he heads up a project to map Rocinha slum using handwritten algorithms.
Startups are making gadgets to address psychological problems caused by other gadgets.
After two years of high-concept physics, the Nobel Prize goes practical.
You should get to know guar, Big Oil's favorite legume.